A new paddle for the 870 can be heard buzzing through the paddling world.
The 870’s new paddle is quieter, more responsive, and is a bit sleeker.
The new paddle will be on display at this year’s Farnborough International Airshow in September.
The paddle’s new design features a smooth, angled tip for a more natural feel.
This also makes the paddle quieter.
The new paddle comes with a new tip.
This is a different design than the one you’ll find on the 890, but it’s a very similar design to the one found on the A-wing.
The paddles tip is a little bit wider than the A5’s, so if you have a large or longboard, it’s best to keep it on the tip and leave it that way.
The tip on the paddle is made from a new material that looks a little more like foam.
This design has the added advantage of allowing the paddle to handle a wider range of paddling conditions.
The paddle features a more streamlined design.
It’s longer, longer, and longer.
There’s also a new section at the end of the paddle that is narrower than the previous paddle.
This gives the paddle more of a sloping top.
The tips are also shorter.
The longer tip is much sturdier and is easier to grip.
The design is much more responsive and easier to handle.
The lower section of the paddles tail section is slightly longer, making the paddle easier to adjust for your riding style.
It also has a new handle.
It has a longer, wider, and thicker handle that has a more grippy feel.
This is the new paddle with a slightly longer handle.
This new paddle has a shorter, thicker, and grippier handle.
This paddle also has the improved tip section that makes the paddle easier to change.
The paddles paddles tips are slightly wider and wider.
It makes the design easier to reach out and pick up the paddle.
This paddle features the improved tail section that allows the paddled to stay in place while riding.
The redesigned tail section also offers more grip for the paddler.
The tips are longer, narrower, and sharper.
The handle is slightly larger, giving the paddle a more comfortable feel.
The handles tips are wider, longer.
This makes the shape of the tip much more stable.
The length of the handle also helps you pick up and hold the paddle in your hands.
The long handle is also a bit easier to grasp.